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RE: Motorhome captain seat covers

https://www.campingworld.com/search?q=Motorhome+seat+covers+&search-button=&lang=default&sz=36
blawless 07/05/22 08:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motorhome captain seat covers

There available at camping world.
blawless 07/05/22 07:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 5th wheel front tripod

I noticed no one has mentioned the safety factor. Besides being an additional motion support it also acts as a safety support if in the unlikely event the front jacks give way for any reason. (ie) soft ground, wash out, lock pin failure, vandalism etc...
blawless 06/22/22 05:38pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Wiper Arm for Coachman 2006/2007 Mirada

For those who couldn't follow the link I sent, here is a cut and paste version. Coachmen Aurora (02-05) W/Wiper Repair Parts List. For anyone who has windshield wiper motor/assembly issues. My wipers stopped working on our rush home last March to get back across the Canadian border before the shutdown. My wiper motor over heated, and the wipers stopped or vice versa. Just before arriving home the signal lights quit as well. After a long knuckle busting search for the cause I finally got to the root of the problem. The root cause was a badly corroded wiper pivot shaft on the drivers side that seized causing the motor to overheat which in turn melted the wiper circuit control module mounted on the floor behind the brake pedal. The wiper fuse should have blown first but Coachmen used a 30 amp fuse in that slot instead of a 15 amp. Bad set up as the control module will melt before the fuse ever blows. It took a few weeks to determine all the parts numbers as Coachmen now Forest River have nothing on file as to what after market system was used. Here's the part list: 1. Wexco pivot shaft assembly #300657 2. Pantograph adapter dry #200241 3. Dayna pantograph wiper arm wet #200487N 4. Wexco Wiper motor #D103 5. Dorman wiper control module #906-151 (906151) pulse module. (This module controls everything attached to the wiper arm on the steering column, wipers, signals, W/washer pump and bright lights) Replaces a number of Ford part numbers no longer available. (ie) YC2Z17C476aa One other major issue..!!! These parts are not available or listed by our Canadian auto parts stores. So I had to order them from the States. With the exchange rate at $0.74 on the dollar it cost me an additional $300 plus shipping and brokerage fees. But hey... I now have working w/wipers just in time to park the MH for the winter till the border opens again. I hope these part numbers will help someone else out and save weeks of online searching. Happy Trails.
blawless 06/13/22 08:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wiper Arm for Coachman 2006/2007 Mirada

This is the post I made on the same issue, re replacement wiper arms et'al. Below is the link. https://www.irv2.com/forums/showthread.php?p=5469257 B.
blawless 06/13/22 05:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Starlink for RV's Just Released Announcement

Got the same email. The price has jumped significantly. For those who are on the waiting list, the monthly fee was $110(Cdn) per month to $140. Cost of equipment went from $649 to $759. Now an additional $50 for hub converter. For RV plan, it's $179(Cdn) monthly + equipment $759. If you want both RV and Home you have to buy two dishes and pay for two plans per month, $179 for RV and $140 for Home. That's $319/ month for internet. The difference with the RV plan is $30 a month more attributed to mobility. There is no guarantee of service availability or speed pending Home Plan congestion in the area. You may not be able to connect or be bumped and service is not guaranteed. You can just buy the RV plan for home use..But..if you live in a congested area and are on the waiting list you will not get service. You will have to drive/ move the dish to a remote area for service defeating the loophole of just one Dish and monthly plan. Basically think of the 4G/5G data plans except reversed, remote area no signal or only 2G. Big city 5G. It's turned into a rich man's service in remote areas, not an affordable high speed Internet connection to support unserviced rural areas at a comparative cost to lower income families.
blawless 05/24/22 02:50pm Technology Corner
RE: So many questions

He may be hasseled for being over length. The way around it would be to tow a utility trailer the same length as the overhang, to ensure he has taillights to the back of the rig. Problem solved with extra space to carry a dirt bike or quad for exploring.
blawless 11/19/21 09:38am Truck Campers
RE: My wife is gonna kill me, please help

Hi, you didn't give us the name brand of the fireplace. Generally there is a built-in safety circuit that prevents the unit from turning on if the fan area is too dusty restricting air flow. Take a vacuum and clean the back of the unit. And if equipped with a filter,clean that as well. Hopefully it should work again.
blawless 10/14/21 08:04am Tech Issues
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